The Danish svømmestjerne Pernille Blume secured on Sunday another bronze medal at the sidstedagen at the short course-the european championships in Glasgow.

This time in the 50 meter free. Although the Danish olympic champion hung a little after the turn, then she came with a great spurt and beat the hand in the side of the pool in time 23,73 seconds.

the Gold went to Russian Maria Kameneva in time 23,56 seconds, while the silver went to france’s Mélanie Henique in time 23,66 seconds.

In the women’s 4 x 50 metres medley subsequently, Blume once again in the water to swim sidsteturen for Denmark. She, however, could not catch up with the lost, so we ended up with a Danish fourth place.

Blumes first medal at the european championships was in holdkappen 4 x 50 metres free.

There was also medaljeforhåbninger Sunday to Emilie Beckmann in the 100 meters butterfly, but the 22-year-old dane did not hit its top level in Sunday’s finale.

She ended as number six after having set a time, which was not the goal with what she accomplished in the semi-final.

the 20-year-old Emily Gantriis was like Blume with in the semi-final in the 50 meter free, but where Blume easily came in the final, was Gantriis far from a runner and finished seventh in his semi-final.

Thea Blomsterberg ended as number seven in the finals of the 200 metres breaststroke.

Thus ends Denmark with five medals at the european championships in Glasgow – all of bronze.

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